It's so good, even Oprah raves about it!

Tasting Table is a digital media company focused on food and drink. Their website reports on food and drink trends in the categories of dining, wine, cocktails, cooking and food travel. They even host events, including "The Lobster Rumble", which is held annually in New York and Los Angeles.

Everybody loves macaroni & cheese, but over the years, it has become so much more than just a "comfort food", because there are so many different variations of this yummy treat.

When it came down to choosing the best mac & cheese in each state, (tough job) it probably was not an easy choice when it came to the State of Maine, but in the end, Tasting Table picked, Hancock Gourmet Lobster Company, which is based out of Topsham.

Here is the catch, they are not a restaurant, so you can enjoy their mouth watering lobster mac and cheese without traveling, because they ship those delicacies to all 50 states.

Hancock Gourmet Lobster Company, have earned many prestigious awards, and even beaten Bobby Flay in a mac & cheese throwdown, something that has achied legendary status around the Topsham area, and beyond. They also can count the one and only, Oprah Winfrey, as a huge fan.

Rumour has it, that the secret is Chef Cal Hancock's mascarpone cheddar sauce, chunks of fresh Maine lobster, herbed butter, lemon zest, and parmesan cheese topped with panko breadcrumbs.

For over 20 years, Hancock Gourmet Lobster Co. has been creating and shipping legendary Maine lobster experiences nationwide. They also purchase their cream, butter and milk from local dairies and Maine lobster from local lobstermen.

How do you order the mac & cheese that was chosen as one of the best in the United States? It's simple, just click here

Bon Appétit!

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